For centuries Tibet has fascinated man-kind. This land of mysteries was “forbidden land” not only by man but also by nature. This land beyond the mighty Himalayas on the highest plateau of the world has appealed to so many explorers, scholars, pilgrims and adventures in the past hoping to find a real Shangri-La. Ever since Tibet was opened to the world in 1985, Nepal has become an easy and attractive gateway from which to explore Tibet. We organize some regular tours such as drive in-fly out or vice versa 8-day up to Lhasa, fly in-fly out 4-5 days. Beside these we arrange treks and program of your choice to Mt. Kailash, central Tibet, Everest Base Camp trip and etc.
Treks (P.) Ltd., a leading Tibet tour operator is fully equipped with
experienced men power, contacts & resources to handle all your needs. On
trek in Tibet our support staffs are all strong, hardy Sherpas of the
mountains who have several times been to Tibet who have an impeccable
reputation of hospitality that is now already an established legend. We
welcome you all to experience the bliss & magic of Tibet with us.
VISA: All tourists require a valid passport & visa to visit Tibet. Once booked on our Tibet trip, Nepal Sanctuary Treks (P.) Ltd., will apply for your Tibet visa via our agent in Lhasa. For visa process we require following passport information at least 15 days before trip departure.
1. Name in full (as in passport)
Actual visa will be issued by the Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu. Embassy takes 3 working days to issue visas. Visas can also be processed in less than 3 days on payment of USD 30 rush fee.
TEMPERATURE & CLOTHING
Average temperature in Tibet during the month of April through September remains 5-20 degree Celsius. However, the night temperatures in the mountains during trekking often falls below freezing. Hence, adequate warm clothing will be required throughout. It is best to dress in layers that can be easily put on & off as required. Snow or rain can also occur sometimes.
Clothing & accessories recommended:
General physical fitness is important for participation on our Tibet trips. There is no particular age limit guideline as such except that child below 8 yrs or elderly people exceeding 70 yrs or more are not advisable to participate. All participants are required to obtain doctor's medical certificate for trip participation. Those with high blood pressure, heart problems or diabetic patients are not recommend for travel.
All participants are requested to provide for their own insurance that adequately covers against illness, natural calamities, political instability, emergency rescue charges or any other eventualities that may occur during the course of their trip.
All the tours in Tibet with bed and breakfast basis and treks are will all meals.
Your choice food purely vegetarian & prepared by our Sherpa staffs will be served throughout. Meals will in general be hot breakfast & wholesome dinner. Lunch usually is light & consist of box lunch. Tea & cold drinks will be served intermittently throughout.
Tibet From Kathmandu NST-Tibet #08 15- DAY Mt. KAILASH
Mt. Kailash (6714 m) - also known as Tise, Kailasa or Kang Rinpoche (Jewel of the Snows) has since time immemorial been celebrated in many Eastern cosmologies as Mt. Meru, the axis mundi. And as the center of the physical & metaphysical universe, Mt. Meru is sacred to the Jains, the Hindus, the Buddhists and the Bonpos. For the Hindus, the mountain represents the seat of Shiva; for the Buddhists, a terrestrial projection of the cosmic Mandala of Dyani Buddhas & Boddhisatvas....The Wheel of Life.
For the devout pilgrim a visit to Mt. Kailash & Lake Manasorovar forms the ultimate realization of their spiritual pursuit in life. And for the adventure lovers it offers ruggedness, excitement, solitude & bliss. All trips are planned to arrive at Mt. Kailash on a full moon day to give all participants a wholesome experience of a trip which may be rightly termed `Once-in-a-lifetime'.
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